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The act of piling more people than is legal (or comfortable) into a car in order to transport said people to a certain destination. It originated with the transport of 7 passengers in a 6-passenger minivan to Busch Gardens. This is most common in minivans with 2 seats in the middle row and 3 seats in the back. One person has to sit in between the seats in the middle row. Resourceful passengers in the past have found ways to get comfortable and even fall asleep while sitting on "The Floor" and this seat is switched out every time the vehicle stops. Whoever sits on "The Floor" is entirely responisble for being aware of whenever police cars are nearby so that they can duck and the others can cover them up.
Everyone in the back has to sit on "The Floor" at some point but whoever has shotgun never has to sit on "The Floor" so that's the best spot to be.
Person 1: How are all of us getting to (insert location here) in your 4-passenger car?
Person 2: It's okay, we're pulling a Busch Gardens.
Person 1: Oh. Sweet.
Slow car, driver often heard bragging of his auto-x times at the strip, and his drag times at auto-x events. Often forget vtec was used in Honda minivans, mistaking it for a high performance modification.
Ricer: y0 daWg I can't beleev mah Mugen Civic Type GTS, Vtec juz lost to that Yugo, homie!
Friend: Maybe he gotz nawz y0.
Ricer: I'm gonnna getz me mo stickaz dawg.
Any motor vehicle used by Parents to haul their bratty little shits in. Once applied to station wagons, but now exclusivley refers to minivans and SUVs.
That bitch in the sproggenwagon cut me off again!
Any of various imported cars which feature any of several defining characteristics:more...
- Enlarged exhaust tip to 'enhance the sound', usually chrome while the rest is not.
- Numerous stickers which, if applied correctly, add enough horsepower to make it beat "any V8".
- So-called "Body-kits" which, from what I gather, enhance the cars ability to be useless.
- V-Tec logos; can also be found on honda MiniVans.
- Incredibly unintelligent, obnoxious, and belligerent drivers.
- Senselessly large amounts of pointlessly oversized speakers and amplifiers.
- Shiny things that don't do anything.
- Rims of a size never, ever intended by the manufacturer to be attached to the car.
- "Home" lowering modifications which shorten tread-life of otherwise good tires while adding 0 performance enhancements.
- Pointless hoods made of some composte material with a colouration bearing absolutely no resemblance to the rest of the car.
- Novelty "wings" and "hood scoops" - often mistaken for NASA project parts or commercial airliner wings affixed to the back, regardless of the front-wheel-drive.
If for some reason, the person has the intelligence enough to open the hood and figure out how to affix any of various aftermarket modifications, the car might also feature:
- Numerous additional chrome pieces ('shiny things') which are illegal in California and don't really do anything.
- Several 'FAILED EMISSIONS' stamps on its title
- $1000-$12,000 in aftermarket parts which make the ...
The greatest minivan ever produced. It has been described as a "fire-breathing grocery-getter," equipped with a fairly powerful 3.1L, 3.4L or 3.8L V6. Introduced in 1990 and discontinued in 2004, one of the three "dustbuster" minivans produced by GM (see Pontiac Trans Sport, Chevy Lumina). Has more low-end torque than an identically-equipped sedan, since it hauls more cargo (ie seven people plus things). If the seats are removed, it beats some pickups in cargo room. People are surprised when they pass me, thinking that because I'm driving a minivan I must be going slow, when I pass them up by accelerating to 100 MPH.
Don't fuck with the Oldsmobile Silhouette. Ownzer.
A chrysler/dodge automobile designed by Lee Iacoca, rejected by ford. Commonly known to people who like them as EEKs or "Every Extended Ks."
It began with the omni and horizon and moved onto the aries, 600, new yourker, le-baron and many more, minivans included. the design still lives on with the caravan, voyager, neon and SX2.0
"K-car, the vehicle that does not live up to the second sylable of it's own name." --Jeff Warnica
"Omni, what a ironic name for such a useless k-car."
n. A relatively new term used to describe many passenger vehicles that are high and have a "rugged" appearance.more...
the first SUVs were simply pickup trucks that had rear seats and a permanent roof in back in place of the truck bed- a step beyond the simple "camper shell." More sophisticated SUVs eventually got their own body styles, although most were still based on a pickup chassis. SUVs were manufactured mainly by the US, although the British made some as well, such as Land Rover.
Following a large increase in popularity around the turn of the century, SUVs began to flood the market. every car company had one, if not multiple, models of SUV. Foreign companies are in on the market as well, most notably the Japanese, and most recently some of the German car companies, such as Porsche and Volkswagen. with the newer models, there are basically three categories:
The "real" SUV- a vehicle that has not lost its roots as an offroader. included in this group the Hummer H1, Chevy Trailblazer, and most Land Rover vehicles. To a lesser extent, the Ford Explorer, Chevy Tahoe/GMC Yukon, and Dodge Durango also fall under this classification.
The "Behemoth"- these SUVs are emormous... in fact, they are so large that taking them offroad is usually a bad idea. The Chevy Suburban (aka the GMC Yukon XL) is a household name and was the prime example of this type of vehicle for many years until Ford unveiled the even larger Excursion. Ford's Expedition is also in this category, an...